“…I’m not sure what else to do.”

by Greg Linscott

I read this over at Bill Simmon’s column at ESPN:

Heartbreaking doesn’t even begin to describe what happened here — it’s just … awful. It’s about a junior college coach back on the job a year after his wife killed herself and their 2-year-old son. I’ve gotten a little choked up at a movie or two, but this is nothing like that. I was sitting at my computer crying while I read it. It has been a week, and I still can’t shake it, and I guess that’s why I’m passing it along. Yes, it’s inspirational, but more than that, it moves me as a husband and parent to savor every moment with my family. Anyway, here’s the link. I don’t know if I’m expecting you to share this with your readers, or just sit on it and wish you’d never read it. I’m just sending it to you because it’s still on my mind, and I’m not sure what else to do.

As a disciple of Jesus Christ, how would you give hope?

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